The DLI Survival Guide: An update - Carleton University

The DLI Survival Guide: An update - Carleton University

The DLI Survival Guide: An update Marie-Claire Lauzon Statistics Canada DLI Ontario Spring Training 2008 Carleton University, April 2, 2008 Outline The DLI Survival Guide History Content

Recent developments Next steps The New DLI Collection Interface DLI Survival Guide - History

Based on the Brian McNally First Aid CD-ROM which was produced by Elizabeth Hamilton and her team at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) Primary intent of the work was to provide a quick reference guide for the librarian who dedicates a short amount of time to data services Guide was then expanded to serve all of the DLI Contacts across Canada through the efforts of Jane Fry, Carleton University, and the DLI Unit at Statistics Canada

Chuck Humphrey, University of Alberta and Nancy Lemay, University of Ottawa, also contributed to the Guide Content and access Table of Contents 9 sections http://www.statcan.ca:8092/english/Dli/csk/power/toc/index-en.htm http://www.statcan.ca:8092/english/Datalib/csk/power/toc/welcome.htm Username: Framew0rK

Password: newWebs1te Recent developments Draft version of the Guide presented during the DLI National Training Day (May 2007) DLI Unit received 100+ suggestions Content,

presentation, editorial Incorporated these suggestions and translated the Guide Posted an updated, password protected, version in a temporary location Recent developments

Last month, the Centre of Expertise on Accessibility reviewed the guide and provided accessibility related recommendations Their recommendations led us to re-write and re-code certain sections of the Guide Ex.

Replaced menu on right side with links at the top Removed any instances of click here Re-wrote expressions like "Position your mouse over the link below" (not everyone uses a mouse)

Next steps April 14-18th: Dissemination Divisions search group will review and work on the Guides search features April 21st-25th: The Guide will undergo TASS (Testing and Support Services Unit) testing

Examine how the Guide works in different browsers Identify any broken links Provide usability recommendations We will then, implement the usability recommendations and release the Guide The New DLI Collection Interface

Being developed by IT specialists in the Dissemination Division Jackie Godfrey is our DLI lead on the project Will allow users to both browse and search the DLI collection Will eventually replace our static DLI collection pages Goal: Facilitate access to DLI data and metadata

The New DLI Collection Interface Interface is based on the Statistics Canada Analytical Studies module and pulls metadata from the Online Catalogue

Allows users to search or browse for metadata and data By Survey By Subject By Date http://www.statcan.ca/dli/english/dli?&dfold =0&currpg=1&sfold=0&survfold=0 Next steps Continue to develop searching & browsing functionality

Finish the interface design Test the application Launch the prototype and use it with DLI static pages Develop fully a independent version Thank you! Back up Screenshots

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